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What The Cast Of Warehouse 13 Is Doing Today

In the spring of 2009, the Sci-Fi Channel rechristened itself "Syfy." Along with this announcement, network president Dave Howe proclaimed the upcoming series "Warehouse 13" to be the flagship program of the new brand. The series, promoted as "part 'X-Files,' part 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' and part 'Moonlighting,'" centers around a pair of U.S. Secret Service agents who are recruited to track down artifacts with supernatural characteristics and return them safely to the show's eponymous secret facility. The series was created by Jane Espenson (known for her work on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," Torchwood, and "Once Upon a Time") and D. Brent Mote (known only for this). "Warehouse 13" ran for five seasons on Syfy and occasionally crossed over with its sister show, "Eureka," together forming the backbone of Syfy's post-"Battlestar Galactica" era of original programming.

While five years on a television series is nothing to sneeze at for any actor, being on "Warehouse 13" does not seem to have had a profound effect on the careers of any of the show's regular or recurring cast. Years after the show's cancellation, the stars of "Warehouse 13" who were established names beforehand have continued to prosper in the ensembles of other series, while those who were plucked from obscurity have, sadly, returned to it.

Eddie McClintock applied to become a real cop

Prior to winning the co-lead of Warehouse 13, Eddie McClintock had been cast as a regular in four short-lived sitcoms in the late '90s and 2000s — "Holding the Baby" and "Stark Raving Mad" for NBC, "A.U.S.A." for Fox, and "Crumbs" for ABC. Of the four of them, only one — "Stark Raving Mad" — aired its entire first season. He spent most of the 2000s as a reliable guest actor, making single appearances on series like "The King of Queens," "House," and "Monk," and recurring as Special Agent Tim Sullivan on "Bones."

McClintock continued to make one-off appearances on other series such as "CSI" and "The Mentalist" during his five seasons playing Secret Service Agent Pete Lattimer on "Warehouse 13," and for the years to follow. McClintock once again played a wisecracking G-Man as a regular on USA's action series "Shooter," but was only a regular cast member for the first of the show's three seasons. He also appeared as Tony on Netflix's "No Good Nick."

According to a Twitter thread posted by McClintock In May 2020, he applied to join the LAPD after going a full year without any new acting bookings. Despite being clean and sober for 19 years, McClintock's application was denied due to his past as an addict. Since then, he's signed on to a few projects like "Miracle at Manchester" and "Wolf Mountain."

Joanne Kelly guest starred on Godfather of Harlem

The actor most famous for playing Secret Service Agent Myka Bering got her start doing guest roles on productions shooting in her native Canada. She recurred on "Babylon 5" creator J. Michael Straczynski's short-lived drama "Jeremiah" and on the cult comedy "Slings and Arrows." After appearing on the first season of Syfy's "The Dresden Files," Kelly landed the role of co-lead on "Warehouse 13."

After the series ended in 2014, Joanne Kelly played a supporting role in the independent film "Closet Monster," which won Best Canadian Feature at TIFF in 2015. Next, she joined the cast of CBS' absolutely bonkers sci-fi series "Zoo" in a recurring role for one season. Most of her career since has consisted of one-off television guest roles and direct-to-video genre flicks, but Kelly scored a more prestigious role in 2019, portraying real-life author and socialite Amy Vanderbilt in three episodes of "Godfather of Harlem" opposite Academy Award winner Forest Whitaker.

Following her appearance on "Godfather of Harlem," she signed on for Season 3 of Showtime's "City on a Hill."

Saul Rubinek is hunting Nazis

The most recognizable member of the original regular cast of "Warehouse 13" is without a doubt character actor Saul Rubinek, whose film and television career dates back to the 1970s. While rarely in a lead role, Rubinek is one of those actors who's bound to provoke an "I know that guy!" whenever he pops up onscreen. Rubinek recurred on the original 1980s incarnation of "The Equalizer," "The Practice," "Leverage," and most notably a long guest run on "Frasier," and appeared in the acclaimed films "Wall Street," "Unforgiven," and "True Romance."

After playing Special Agent in Charge Artie Nielson on all five seasons, Rubinek has also had the strongest post-"Warehouse 13" career of all of his regular co-stars. In 2018, he appeared in the Coen brothers' acclaimed Netflix experiment "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs," and in 2020 Rubinek joined the regular cast of the Amazon original series "Hunters," the role Rubinek says he was "born to play."

On "Hunters," Rubinek portrays Murray Markowitz, an electronics expert recruited into a team of Nazi-hunting vigilantes, performing alongside Oscar winner Al Pacino, comedy legend Carol Kane, and Rubinek's own daughter, Hannah Reid Rubinek. This is a deeply personal role for Rubinek, who was born in a refugee camp in Germany after his parents successfully hid from the Nazis in occupied Poland during World War II.

Genelle Williams is still on Canadian television

Genelle Williams began her career as a teenager in Canada, boasting a regular role on sitcom "The Latest Buzz," recurring on high school dramedy "Radio Free Roscoe," and appearing as two separate students on "Degrassi: The Next Generation." Williams portrayed civilian consultant/bed and breakfast proprietor Leena for the first four seasons of "Warehouse 13," after which she has continued to appear on Canadian television series such as the medical drama "Remedy" and the werewolf fantasy series "Bitten." Williams returned to science fiction in 2018, portraying socialite Tilly Fagan on four episodes of "The Expanse."

One of Williams' latest projects was the legal drama "Family Law," in which she co-starred with fellow genre TV darlings Jewel Staite ("Firefly") and Victor Garber (The CW's Arrowverse). Season 1 of "Family Law" wrapped production in October 2020 and premiered on Canadian television in 2021. In March 2022, it was announced that The CW would air the show, as reported by TVLine.

Allison Scagliotti is directing and creating music

Before joining the cast of "Warehouse 13" as hacker extraordinaire Claudia Donovan, Allison Scagliotti performed regularly on kid- and teen-oriented series like "Drake & Josh," "Zoey 101," and "One Tree Hill". After "Warehouse 13" ended in 2014, Scagliotti immediately took on a regular role as another computer expert, Camille Engelson on the sci-fi series "Stitchers," which ran for three seasons.

Since 2018, Scagliotti appears to be taking time off from acting in favor of launching a career as a director, helming episodes of the Nickelodeon sitcom "Henry Danger" and the Disney Channel studio improv series "Just Roll With It." Scagliotti is also a musician, having performed in the band Nice Enough People with her "Drake & Josh" co-star Jerry Trainer in the mid-2010s. In 2020, she released the debut LP for her solo musical endeavor, La Femme Pendu, which she describes as "French lounge horror ballads."

Aaron Ashmore is under Locke & Key

Not to be confused with his identical twin brother Shawn, also a television star, Aaron Ashmore joined the cast of "Warehouse 13" during Season 3 as the human lie detector Steve Jinks. At the time, Ashmore was already well known to fans of genre television for playing Jimmy Olsen on "Smallville" (and later, his younger brother Jimmy Olsen. You read that right). Ashmore proved himself hard to get rid of once again on "Warehouse 13" when his character was killed off and then resurrected a few episodes later.

After "Warehouse 13," Ashmore starred in a leading role on another SyFy series, "Killjoys," which ran for five seasons. After "Killjoys" wrapped, Ashmore was cast in a recurring role as Duncan Locke on the Netflix horror series "Locke & Key" before being promoted to series regular for the show's second season. The series has been renewed for a third season. He also signed on to appear in Season 2 of "Ginny & Georgia" (via Deadline).

CCH Pounder is solving crimes on the bayou

CCH Pounder portrayed Warehouse 13 Caretaker Mrs. Frederic in a total of 29 episodes across all five seasons of the series. Pounder is a recognizable face and a very recognizable voice with five decades of film, television, and animation performances to her name. By the time of the debut of "Warehouse 13," Pounder had already been a regular on "ER" and "The Shield," receiving an Emmy nomination for each. She also appeared in feature films such as "Prizzi's Honor," "End of Days," and "Avatar." She may also be familiar as the voice of Amanda Waller on the animated series "Justice League Unlimited" and in the "Batman: Arkham" video games and spinoffs.

CCH Pounder portrayed medical examiner Loretta Wade on "NCIS: New Orleans" for several seasons. But that's not all — Pounder is slated to reprise her voice and performance capture role as Mo'at, the Na'vi spiritual leader, in the "Avatar" sequels. She also signed on to play Mrs. Higgler on Amazon's "Anansi Boys," as noted by Variety.

Pounder is also an avid art collector and exhibitor, supporting and showcasing artists from throughout Africa and the African diaspora.

Simon Reynolds is writing screenplays in India

While credited for the entire first season, Toronto actor Simon Reynolds only actually appeared as Secret Service Deputy Director Daniel Dickenson in four episodes of "Warehouse 13," with the character being killed off in his final episode. Reynolds had been a regularly working actor on Canadian television for decades prior, with his most prominent role being Stuart Harrison on the musical dramedy "Instant Star" from 2004 to 2008.

Unlike the rest of the cast, Reynolds does not maintain a public web presence, so we reached out to him directly to discuss his departure from "Warehouse 13" and his more recent work. According to Reynolds, the character of Daniel Dickenson was originally expected to play a larger role on the series, but his being based in Washington, D.C. rather than South Dakota with the other main characters made it difficult to work him into episodes, so he was killed off with no hard feelings.

Since "Warehouse 13," Reynolds has pulled back from acting to focus on writing and developing his own projects, such as the independent drama "Only." In 2019, Reynolds was announced as a member of the cast of a Canadian independent film, "Red Door and Lemon Tree," and also signed on to co-direct. The film was preparing to begin production in Crete, Greece in 2020, but was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Reynolds currently resides in Tamil Nadu, India, where he is writing and pitching feature screenplays aimed at Netflix.

Jaime Murray is evil on TV, but doing good in real life

Jaime Murray joined the recurring cast of "Warehouse 13" in the second season in the role of Helena G. Wells. Prior to this, Murray had already made a name for herself on British television on the long-running series "Hustle," and then on American cable TV as main antagonist Lila West on the second season of "Dexter."

Since "Warehouse 13," Murray has continued to work in genre television, first as a regular on the Syfy series "Defiance" (which overlapped with her role on "Warehouse 13"). She seems to have carved out a niche for herself playing wicked or morally questionable immortals, recurring on "Once Upon a Time" as the Black Fairy, "The Originals" as the "old-school" vampire Antoinette, and "Gotham" as Nyssa al Ghul, daughter of the ageless Demon's Head. She was a member of the voice cast of the Netflix animated series "Castlevania," in which she played the vampire villainess Carmilla.

Contrary to her onscreen reputation for evil, Murray's real-life Instagram describes her as an "activist & lover of Planet Earth." During the COVID-19 pandemic, Murray has thrown her support behind the Empowerment Collective's COVID-19 Emergency Survival Fund for Nepal, whose goal is to distribute food and face masks to those facing hardship there.

Faran Tehir is still a star, on Earth and in space

Appearing in 11 episodes across three seasons of "Warehouse 13," Faran Tehir portrayed Adwin Kosan, head of the Regents, the mysterious governing body that presides over the titular installation. Before first appearing on "Warehouse 13" in 2011, Tehir had recently played memorable roles in two smash hit motion pictures, portraying Ten Rings leader Raza in "Iron Man" and Captain Robou of the doomed USS Kelvin in "Star Trek." Tehir has been a consistently working television guest actor both before and since.

Tehir returned to Syfy to portray Mallick on the 2017 season of "12 Monkeys." In 2020, Tehir played the leading role in the independent film "I'll Meet You There," and also lent his talents to the kickstarted sci-fi series "Space Command," which, impressively, also boasts the talents of Doug Jones ("The Shape of Water," "Star Trek: Discovery"), Bruce Boxleitner ("Tron," "Babylon 5"), and a host of other well-known actors from popular science fiction franchises.

Brent Spiner returned to his sci-fi roots

For many of its major recurring roles, "Warehouse 13" employed a stunt-casting strategy, bringing in actors from well-known sci-fi properties who were likely instantly recognizable to viewers of the cheeky genre series. One example: Brent Spiner, best known for his roles as wild scientist Dr. Brakish Okun in "Independence Day" and curious android Data in "Star Trek: The Next Generation," as well as its various spinoff films. Spiner joined "Warehouse 13" in its fourth season for a six-episode arc as Brother Adrian, a Vatican agent and member of the Brotherhood of the Black Diamond, a secret society sworn to protect an astrolabe belonging to Ferdinand Magellan. He later stages an elaborate plot involving Lewis Carroll's enchanted mirror.

After his memorable stint on "Warehouse 13," Spiner continued to ply his trade in science fiction and supernatural genre projects. He landed a lead role in "Outcast," an adaptation of Robert Kirkman's comic of the same name. Despite positive reviews (Season 1 is Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes with a score of 80%), the costly series got axed after two seasons. Spiner reprised the role of Dr. Okun in the blockbuster sequel "Independence Day: Resurgence," and, more recently, he's been seen on "Star Trek: Picard."

Spiner also does a lot of voice work, and he's played some iconic characters in his time. He's portrayed The Joker and The Riddler in a couple of Batman animated properties, he brought Gall Travis to life in "Star Wars: Rebels," and he even voiced the Silver Surfer in an episode of Marvel's "Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.”

Things got Grimm for Sasha Roiz

Occasionally, the agents of Warehouse 13 have to deal with traditional authority figures, and in Season 3, they met one in the form of ex-Baltimore police officer Marcus Diamond, an associate of A to Z Technologies head Walter Sykes. Marcus personally sets several chaotic, potentially devastating anti-Warehouse plans into motion, like assisting in the release of a computer virus, arranging for a Van Gogh painting to infest the Warehouse with tiny robots, and causing mischief as a hologram after his death. He was played by actor Sasha Roiz, who is known for genre shows but has been in his fair share of Hollywood blockbusters.

Concurrent to and long after his time on "Warehouse 13," Roiz portrayed police captain (and magical "zauberbiest") Sean Renard on the fantasy cop drama "Grimm," another show about humans interacting with the supernatural. He appeared in over a hundred episodes of the critically acclaimed NBC series. Stints on USA's "Suits" and Peacock's "Departure" would follow, and he found himself in the White House twice: Roiz played President Monroe Bennett on the asteroid thriller show "Salvation" and President Andrew Wright on the twisty 2022 drama "The Endgame."

In terms of feature films, Roiz is probably best known for the small roles he played in "The Day After Tomorrow" (Parker), "Land of the Dead" (Manolete), and the Kit Harington-led "Pompeii" (Proculus). "Warehouse 13" viewers may also recognize his voice as Hal Jordan in "Superman: Red Son," or as middle school math teacher Mr. Kieslowski in Pixar's "Turning Red."

Paula Garcés mainly works on serialized TV dramas

"Warehouse 13" mainly takes place in Univille, South Dakota, a company town built up around the titular warehouse in the early 20th century but home to many normal services operated by normal people who don't deal in supernatural artifacts. Dr. Kelly Hernandez, a veterinarian, is one of the town's regular residents. She briefly dated Pete Lattimer, having met him when she performed his emergency appendectomy due to a lack of human-oriented doctors. The relationship ultimately didn't work out because, as Kelly rightfully pointed out, Pete is obviously in love with his partner, Myka Bering.

Not counting her late cameo, Dr. Hernandez actor Paula Garcés left "Warehouse 13" in 2010. She reprised her role as love interest Maria from "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle" in "A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas." Garcés then did a few dozen episodes of "All My Children" and "Devious Maids" before landing a role in the indie dramedy "Adult Beginners." She also appeared on "Major Crimes" in a role that was central to the TNT police drama's overarching Season 5 saga — she portrayed Alexa Diaz, the mother of a missing child from an undocumented family living in Los Angeles.

More recently, Garcés spent three seasons among the cast of the Netflix coming-of-age drama "On My Block." She also popped up in a Season 7 episode of "Chicago Med," coming through a car crash relatively unscathed only to be told that she likely has a condition associated with COVID-19.

Kelly Hu became a deadly assassin

When Leena died, Leena's Bed and Breakfast (the boarding house where Warehouse field agents reside) was taken over by Abigail Chow, a former photographer and psychotherapist. The latter background informs her job as an unofficial therapist and grief counselor to the Warehouse crew, and she's so trusted and valued that she's named the latest Keeper, or historian, for the operation. Abigail was played to perfection by Kelly Hu, a veteran of the industry with as many as 140 credits on her resume.

Before "Warehouse 13," Hu was probably best known for playing Eva Watanabe in "Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan," Yuriko Oyama (aka Lady Deathstrike) in "X-Men 2," and The Sorceress in "The Scorpion King," the Dwayne Johnson-led spinoff of Brendan Fraser's "The Mummy" movies. When her time on "Warehouse 13" came to an end, Hu landed a string of TV roles, making some brief but notable appearances on "Being Mary Jane," "The Orville," and "L.A.' Finest." She also bagged a recurring role on The CW's "Arrow," playing the deadly Triad assassin Chien Na Wei, better known as China White.

Hu has also turned into a prolific voice actor in the years since "Warehouse 13," performing in dozens of animated shows and video games. She played Anna Ripley in Amazon's critically acclaimed show "The Legend of Vox Machina," Karai in several "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" properties, and various characters in "Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters." She was also Adira in "Rapunzel's Tangled Adventures," and D'Vorah in multiple "Mortal Kombat" titles.

Kate Mulgrew went to pretend prison and Trekked once more

While she only appeared in six episodes of "Warehouse 13," the character of Jane Lattimer figures prominently in the foundations of the Warehouse. A former elementary school teacher, Jane is a powerful, responsible Regent of the Warehouse and later a Guardian, as well as the mother of main character and lead agent Pete Lattimer. She struggles to balance her duties as a Regent with her parental characteristics, and for many years, only her late husband knew about her secret, fantastical job.

Long before she showed up on "Warehouse 13" as Jane Lattimer, Kate Mulgrew was a science fiction juggernaut, having portrayed Captain Kathryn Janeway on six seasons of "Star Trek: Voyager." She also played Janeway in some film and video game spinoffs. She returned to the role once more in 2021, voicing the beloved character in Peacock's animated series "Star Trek: Prodigy."

Mulgrew has been busy in recent years, playing recurring roles on three shows in 2022. On top of "Star Trek: Prodigy," she co-starred in Showtime's "The Man Who Fell to Earth" remake and on FX's "Mr. Mercedes." A stalwart of prestige drama in the Peak TV era, she's perhaps best known for her Emmy-nominated performance as prison cook Red on the hit Netflix show "Orange Is the New Black."

Lindsay Wagner is a TV legend

The presence of Dr. Vanessa Calder loomed large over "Warehouse 13," despite the fact that she only actually showed up in six episodes over the show's four seasons. A legitimate doctor, Calder worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention before the Warehouse 13 crew sought out her services for their medical needs. She faced tasks both mundane and strange, such as Artie's annual appendicitis which he purposely gave himself with an artifact to get attention from the woman with whom he'd maintain an occasional romance.

When selecting an actor to play Dr. Calder, producers turned to 1970s sci-fi icon Lindsay Wagner, best known for her stint as Jaime Sommers on "The Bionic Woman." She also played the role in "The Six Million Dollar Man" and in multiple spinoffs, follow-ups, and TV movies. Now in her seventies, Wagner doesn't take on too many acting gigs these days. Since her last appearance on "Warehouse 13" in 2014, she has graced episodes of "NCIS," "Fuller House," and "Grey's Anatomy" with her presence, and she's appeared in several made-for-the-small-screen holiday movies such as "Christmas at the Ranch," "Christmas on the Range," and "Mingle All the Way."

Jeffrey R. Smith is a frequent guest star on Canadian television

Mr. Keeler appears occasionally in the final three seasons of "Warehouse 13." A tireless advocate of the artifact-protecting system, he's both a Warehouse Regent and the manager of the store in South Dakota which serves as a front for the Regent Vault, where the Janus Coin is secured. Mr. Keeler helps defeat Walter Sykes, he has a hand in keeping the Warehouse hidden from the general public, and he ultimately dies in the line of duty, protecting an important relic. He's one of the show's big unsung heroes, but what happened to the guy who played him?

Canadian stage and screen actor Jeffrey R. Smith is one of his country's most prolific actors, appearing for an episode or two in many notable northern exports, including "Being Erica," "Murdoch Mysteries," and "The Good Witch." Perhaps most notably, he appeared as Dr. Casey Winter on six episodes of the mystery drama "Coroner." Smith played another doctor (monstrously deformed by a virus) on "The Strain," and he also appeared on "Suits" and Bravo's "Imposters."

On the big screen, he's played minor roles in films like "The Boondock Saints" and "Casino Jack." In 2019, he played Nurse Ronan in the festival favorite "The Cuban," a film about a pre-med student who forms a bond with an elderly Cuban musician. He's got one of those faces that you no doubt recognize, and now you know why.

Mark Sheppard made more classic TV sci-fi

The character Benedict Valda often popped up throughout the run of "Warehouse 13," sometimes in such a small part that the actor playing him was uncredited. That's not to say his role wasn't an important one. A Warehouse Regent and something of a wild card, Valda was devoted to the cause. Not only did he run a Regent Inquisition and openly tease Warehouse staff, he was the resident expert and guide on the Warehouse 2 of ancient Egypt. He ultimately sacrificed his own life so that the other agents may live and the relics remain safeguarded.

The valiant Valda was played by Mark Sheppard, another small screen sci-fi icon who put in some time on "Warehouse 13." He's probably best known for his role as lawyer Romo Lampkin on the "Battlestar Galactica" reboot, as crime boss Badger on the cult series "Firefly," and — parallel to and following his "Warehouse 13" arc — as Crowley on "Supernatural." He played the charismatic demon in 70 episodes of the Eric Kripke fantasy drama.

More recently, Sheppard has moved into superhero fare, appearing in a critically acclaimed DC show. He has a recurring role on "Doom Patrol," which was renewed for a fourth season on HBO Max in 2021. Sheppard plays Willoughby Kipling, an occult detective and member of the Knights Templar.

Tyler Hynes became a Hallmark star

"Warehouse 13" main character Claire Donovan has a brother, viewers learn in Season 1, and his name is Joshua. Once a student of Professor Reynolds, he deciphered Rheticus' Compass in order to experiment with teleportation, an endeavor that left him presumably dead but actually in a state of purgatory. Claudia (his other sister) and Artie were able to bring him back to the real world by recreating the conditions of his experiment. He went on to land a job at the particle physics laboratory at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, but that also ended badly — he was thrown over a railing by ex-Warehouse agent James MacPherson. He lived to tell the tale, but he would need Claudia's help again after falling foul of Pliny the Elder's Scroll.

The hapless Joshua was played by the Toronto-born actor Tyler Hynes. Following the last of his six-episode run on "Warehouse 13" in 2012, Hynes scored dozens of TV roles, most being major productions for Canadian television. He popped up for stints on the medical drama "Saving Hope," the police drama "19-2," and the hit comedy "Letterkenny," landing the recurring role of charming American ne'er-do-well Dierks. Hynes is probably most visible as a member of Hallmark's holiday movie acting troupe, co-starring in six TV Christmas movies, including "An Unexpected Christmas," "On the 12th Date of Christmas," "Winter in Vail," and "It's Christmas, Eve."